The Globalist: Asia

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5 November, 2013

Episode 157

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We ask how the mission in charge of getting rid of Syria's chemical weapons will continue: it will run out of funding at the end of November. There's also analysis of the difficult relationship between the Bangladeshi government and its military and we find out more about gay pageants and World Heritage sites in Nepal.

5 November, 2013

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